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  1. #1
    iflow Guest

    Default Difference between Hosting Edition and Server 5

    Hello!
    I have got one question:
    What is the main difference between OX Hosting Edition and OX Server 5?
    regards
    iflow

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    Hi,

    maybe this wiki page sheds some light: http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind..._and_Numbering

    Greetings

  3. #3
    iflow Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Braun View Post
    Hi,

    maybe this wiki page sheds some light: http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind..._and_Numbering

    Greetings
    Oh thank you.
    To sum up the "Versioning and Numbering of Open-Xchange Products", I would say the following:

    There are two different generations of OX Products:
    Hymalia and Hyperion

    Hymalia:
    Open-Xchange 0.8.x -> Community Edition
    CE ist the base for Open-Xchange Server 5
    Technique: HTML, CSS, JavaScript (UserInterface) and PostgreSQL (Database)

    Hyperion:
    Open-Xchange Express, Open-Xchange Hosting Edition and Community Edition (no version number)
    Technique: AJAX (UserInterface) and MySQL (Database)

    Main difference between Hymalia and Hyperion:
    • Different backends and user interface
    • different APIs
    • different code


    However I still do not understand what the OX Hosting Edition is for?
    Last edited by iflow; 06-10-2008 at 09:16 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iflow View Post
    However I still do not understand what the OX Hosting Edition is for?
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    It's mainly interesting for for hosters and system integrators.


    Best regards,
    Daniel

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    Hi,

    some differences at the hosting edition:
    * is able to work in a cluster of n OX application servers
    * is able to manage n contexts where one context can be a domain. This enables a hosting provider to offer a unlimited amount of user environments based on one or more OX servers. usera@contexta lives together with userb@contexta but cannot see anything of usera@contextb even if they're on the same machine/database
    * better monitoring
    * and so on

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    iflow Guest

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    @all: thx for the information

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